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Rangers put together highlight package of DeAngelo, who must continue to produce while becoming a leader

A couple of days following the re-signing of defenseman Tony DeAngelo for two more years at a reasonable average cap hit of $4.8 million through 2022, the Rangers paid tribute to the breakout American offensive star on their improved Twitter … Continue reading

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Rangers make great bridge deal with DeAngelo

Guess who’s back. Tony D. Yes. The Rangers will have their Eminem version back for at least the next two years after avoiding arbitration. I thought bridging him for two years at $4.75 million would get it done. As it … Continue reading

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Rangers avoid arbitration, re-sign Alex Georgiev and Phil Di Giuseppe

In good news, the Rangers reached agreement with two restricted free agents on new deals. A couple of days ago, they re-signed forward Phil Di Giuseppe to a one-year, $700,000 contract. The 27-year old left wing was called up from … Continue reading

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Rangers sign Jack Johnson, add depth with former Devil Kevin Rooney

OFFICIAL: Rangers announce free agency signings. Details: https://t.co/w6I83dPSP2 pic.twitter.com/jmwtXuL0cs — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) October 9, 2020 On Day One of the very strange October free agency frenzy, the Rangers were mostly quiet. While they did manage to make a … Continue reading

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Rangers deal Lias Andersson to Kings for the 60th pick, take forward William Cuylle

Very Cuylle 😎 pic.twitter.com/3aQV9WhEld — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) October 7, 2020 Day Two of the NHL Draft is very busy. Rounds 2-7 continue at lightning speed with the two-day event concluding later tonight. For the Rangers, that meant saying … Continue reading

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As Blueshirts get ready to take Lafreniere, a flurry of activity is coming

On a nice autumn day in NYC, the NHL Draft takes place remotely in October. Normally, Oct. 6 would be a hockey night that kicks off a new season. Such is quarantine life during a pandemic that saw a great … Continue reading

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Rangers to buyout Henrik Lundqvist, Remembering an all-time New York Ranger

From A King To A Czar: The passing of the torch began this past year with all-time Rangers great Henrik Lundqvist handing over the goalie reigns to Igor Shesterkin. It’s the end of an era. Three days after Marc Staal … Continue reading

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Panarin named to NHL First All-Star Team, Award Winners revealed, big off-season awaits Rangers

Artemi Panarin didn’t win the Hart Trophy, but deservedly was named to the First All-Star Team. AP Photo credit NHL.com via Getty Images Yesterday, the NHL completed revealing their Awards for this extended 2019-20 season. One that’s still going following … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: What can be learned from the Islanders’ run

It’s not too often I write about a bitter rival. However, the Islanders made it impossible not to devote a few posts to them due to their great run in these very unpredictable and strange Stanley Cup Playoffs. Give credit … Continue reading

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Lafreniere will be nice, but Rangers must address center situation and improve depth

As this strange summer has gone on with the Conference Finals finally beginning during Labor Day Weekend, one thing stands out. In order to have success, you need the horses to go far. Also a bit of luck. Just ask … Continue reading

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